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The largest galaxies in the Universe aren't beautiful spirals like our Milky Way; they are enormous egg-shaped structures known as giant elliptical galaxies. We don't know how they formed, but observations of very distant and bright galaxies revealed information about the formation of smaller elliptical galaxies. The giants remained mysterious.
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